TOP HEADLINES

Snowfall hits as predicted

By: Clay Schuldt

The predicted snowfall began late morning Friday and continued through the day. By 2 p.m. all roads out of New Ulm were partially covered or completely covered by snow. Above, a shopkeeper works to keep up with the snow on Minnesota ...

January 18, 2020

Report says 150,000 Minnesotans drinking water above legal nitrate limit

By: Fritz Busch

WASHINGTON, D.C. — According to a report released this week, more than 150,000 Minnesotans drink from groundwater-based water systems contaminated with nitrate at or above the legal limit. The Environmental Working Group report included data ...

January 18, 2020

City PUC issues warning of frozen pipes risk

By: Clay Schuldt

NEW ULM—Due the extreme cold forecasted area residents are warned of the risk of frozen water pipes. The New Ulm Public Utilities and Steam Department said in a press release, the cold weather bring brings a chance of water pipes freezing ...

January 18, 2020

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SPORTS

Early deadline on Friday night

Because of an early deadline due to weather, most of the NBA and NHL games were not complete by the time this edition went to press.

January 18, 2020

Cathedral boys defeat JWP

By: Travis Rosenau

NEW ULM — While Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton was able to slow things down against New Ulm Cathedral early on Thursday night, the Greyhounds stayed strong on defense and pushed the pace more in the second half on the way to a 59-40 win in ...

January 17, 2020

Saints stop New Ulm

By: Jim Bastian

NEW ULM — For the first 18 minutes of the St.Peter-New Ulm boy’s basketball game Thursday night, it looked like the Saints were going to run the Eagles out of their own gym. But in the second half, it was the Saints who were ...

January 17, 2020

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